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Android Android Lists and Adapters (2015) Updating the Data Model Using JSONArray

Tremayne Clinton
Tremayne Clinton
5,417 Points

Here the code after

is it really this hard

JSONArray jsonShows = jsonData.getJSONArray("jsonShows");

for (int i = 0; i < data.length(); i++){
     JSONObject jsonShows = data.getJSONObject(i);
     Show show = new Show();
       Log.i(TAG, "CodeChallenge:");
    "name":"Netflix Playlist",
            "title":"Doctor Who",

1 Answer

Damien Watson
Damien Watson
27,419 Points

Hey Tremayne,

No, it's a bit simpler. You just have to 'Log' the title, you don't have to insert into an Class.

JSONArray jsonShows = jsonData.getJSONArray("shows");    // The key is 'shows' not 'jsonShows'

for (int i=0; i<jsonShows.length(); i++) {
  JSONObject showsObject = jsonShows.getJSONObject(i);
  Log.i("CodeChallenge", showsObject.getString("title"));